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  • Collection: Irish Folklore Commission (Est 1935 – Now The National Folklore Collection UCD)

Vol. 6 Part A.pdf
TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 Introduction

2 Editor's Note

3 Acton, Thomas and Davies, Gerwyn (1979)
"Educational Policy and Language Use Among English Romanies and Irish Travellers (Tinkers) in England and Wales"

4 Acton, Thomas A (1984)"Gypsies…

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Images have not been digitized but a selection of the 3000 images are available to view by appointment, click for more details here

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Selection of imagesTinker’s / traveller’s tent.hereTinkers, Páirc Gharbh, Co. Galway.here Tinkers, Páirc Gharbh, Co. Galway.here Giulio Petroni and Leo Corduff filming tinkers in Co. Galway. here Travelling people, Glenhull, Co.…

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The collection and transcription of this material was carried out nationwide, by the sixth class students of 1937, who, on exploring a given topic set out by the commission and distributed to their school via a small handbook titled Irish Folklore…

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Date
1952/1956
Extent
143 items
Location of original
Original items located in the National Folklore Collection UCD.
Repository
National Folklore Collection UCD
Irish Virtual Research Library and Archive
Language
English ; Irish
Scope and…

Oney Power.pdf
'I took down this story from an old ‘woman of the roads ’Nora (Oney) Power (70) September 1930. She was camped on the roadside near the village of Rathmore Co. Longford when I met her. She is a very intelligent old woman an a very fine story teller,…

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One day as I rambled through Glasgow, sung by Mrs. McDonagh, a traveller, camped at Cootehall, County Roscommon. 1971-09-15click here to listenFalse Lankum, sung by John Reilly, a Traveller, who was camped at Cloongrehan, Cootehall, County…
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